New electronic states of matter
The existence of strong correlations between electrons induces novel and unexpected states in solids.
Physical phenomena with reduced dimensions
Physical properties unique to reduced dimensions and nano-objects, such as surfaces, nanostructures, molecules, atoms.
Soft matter and physics-biology interface
Polymers, composite polymers, complex fluides, biologic fibers, DNA and chromatin properties
The life and death of spins and charges in superconductors
What happens to spin-polarised electrons when they enter a superconductor?
Water filling of hydrophobic nanochannels…
Carbon nanotubes are ultimate one-dimensional channels for nanofluidics.
Why bacteria produce wrinkles ?
Bacteria are most often socially self-organized.
An ultrafast glance at topological insulators
Topological insulators are a new phase of quantum matter with exceptional transport properties.
Foamed emulsions: A novel method for the generation of porous solids
Foamed emulsions are mixtures of gas bubbles and oil droplets dispersed in water.
Engineers, technicians recruitments
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